Hydroxycut Weight Loss Supplement Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging certain Hydroxycut products sold through May 1, 2009 were misrepresented as clinically proven to be safe and effective for weight loss. If you purchased certain Hydroxycut weight loss products between May... Read More »

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Risperdal Lawsuits Await Key Meeting With Judge

The law firm involved in the bulk of the Risperdal lawsuits is gearing up for a critical meeting in the consolidated legal action. A critical status conference is set for Dec. 2 for the Risperdal multidistrict litigation (MDL). At this meeting, representatives... Read More »

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BMW Survives Mini Cooper Transmission Defect Class Action

A federal judge dismissed a Mini Cooper transmission defect class action lawsuit, writing that the plaintiffs have not alleged sufficient evidence in order to meet the pleading standards. Lead plaintiff Michael Callaghan alleges that he purchased a MINI Cooper S, a turbocharged… Read More »

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FDA Adds Stevens Johnson Warning to Onfi (Clobazam)

In late 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved label changes to the seizure drug Onfi to warn patients about the risk of Stevens Johnson Syndrome. Onfi is the trade name of a seizure drug called clobazam. The drug has been in... Read More »

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Chase Home Finance Foreclosure Class Action Settlement

A class action settlement has been reached in the Chase Home Finance foreclosure class action lawsuit, resolving claims that JP Morgan Chase Bank NA provided improper affidavits during foreclosure proceedings. Plaintiff Lisa Lovdal filed this Chase Home Finance foreclosure class action lawsuit... Read More »

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Women Over 60 Most at Risk of Developing Levaquin SJS

According to recent research and customer reviews, the fluoroquinolone drug Levaquin has been known to allegedly cause a painful and serious allergic skin reaction known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome (or SJS). Levaquin is part of the fluoroquinolone antibiotic drug family and is... Read More »

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Judge Grants Cert. in Wesson Oil Class Action Lawsuit

On Monday, the proposed Class was tentatively certified in the class action lawsuit accusing ConAgra Foods Inc. of falsely advertising the Wesson vegetable oil as all natural when the cooking oils actually contained oils extracted from genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The class… Read More »

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Melanoma Skin Cancer Associated With Erectile Dysfunction Drugs

More than 76,000 total new melanoma skin cancer cases, and nearly 10,000 deaths from melanoma cancer, are projected to occur in the United States during 2014, according to the Federal Government. While the most common cause of melanoma is too much exposure the... Read More »

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$9.9M Settlement Reached In WaMu Appraisal Suit

After almost seven years of litigation, a $9.9 million settlement was reached in a class action lawsuit alleging a conspiracy between a unit of the the title insurer First American Corp. and the now defunct Washington Mutual Bank to inflate home appraisal… Read More »

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Ford Tailgate Cracks Continue to Plague Explorer Owners

Multiple cracked tailgate class action lawsuits are underway against Ford Motor Co. over Ford Explorers, Lincoln Aviators and Mercury Mountaineers. At issue is a design defect that enables moisture to collect behind the window panel of the tailgate, causing it to split.... Read More »

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Asthma Drug Xolair Gets FDA ‘Black Box’ Warning

Following a recent review of data from a five-year study conducted by Genentech, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) determined in September that new Xolair warnings are needed about the potential risk of heart problems, brain problems and possibly even a... Read More »

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Takata Airbag Defect Concealed, Former Employees Say

Takata airbags have triggered the recall of more than 14 million vehicles from 11 automakers worldwide since 2008. The defective airbags have been known to explode under great force and spray shrapnel at occupants, a problem that has been linked to at... Read More »

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SEC Warns of Penny Stock Fraud

Two different federal agencies have recently warned investors that a type of penny stock fraud is on the rise, using abandoned stocks to pull in money. Specifically, the Securities Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority have issued a new warning... Read More »

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